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RedRoss

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  1. Someone's not happy
  2. Apparently wanted by Hibs http://www.deadlinenews.co.uk/2019/02/05/former-falkirk-man-current-bristol-city-assistant-dean-holden-emerges-as-contender-for-hibs-vacancy-as-ex-barnsley-leeds-gaffer-paul-heckingbottom-open-talks-with-leeann-dempster-neil-lennon/
  3. Wow so impressive! You're online trying to weigh in on some sort of cock measuring competition you've made up.. Embarrassing and pathetic. If I was to guess at your past - I would of thought you'd spent 7 years of your life spelling your name out in shit on the walls at Broadmoor.
  4. Calm down dear. Remember when you had a mare the other week and starting slinging shit in every direction? You had to tell yourself off and logged off for a few days. We wouldn't want a stroppy tantrum again.. Would we?
  5. If this violence is anything to do with football. What a stupid embarrassment from both sides. Grown men fighting over a football club has always cringed me out.
  6. Can't believe the uproar. You can't knock his attitude or commitment to us but Maggs was poor more than he was good so don't understand the love in. Ridiculous to say he was mismanaged when no one has any proof there was a disagreement between the two. Also who would he have replaced out of CB's Baker, or Flint or LB's out of Bryan and Kelly? All in my opinion much better consistent players. Even if Baker and Flint we're injured I would rather have gone with Bailey. Showed flashes of a good player, great commitment to the club, cool name and handy long throws sums him up. Glad we got our money back to reinvest.
  7. http://www.hitc.com/en-gb/2018/05/20/burnley-reportedly-win-race-for-everton-aston-villa-target-joe-b/
  8. Ali Dia he's a liar, he's a liar
  9. RedRoss

    Tammy

    So if they are not openly reported - How would you know this? Sorry I'm just really struggling to understand how you've come to this 10 million fee if its a 'con' and not 'openly reported'.
  10. RedRoss

    Tammy

    I'm sorry but you've got your numbers more mixed up than Dianne Abbott. You've completely disregarded the link I provided to show that the fee was reported as 1mil + wages. Not this so called 'rule of thumb' 0.3/0.4 the supposed valuation of the player ( which I don't think is accurate at all) I think your right about the fact they wanted a loan (Chelsea wouldn't have sold him anyway) to reduce the risk on a player like Tammy because he hadn't proven his pedigree yet in the PL but you've massively outstated the loan fee that is my point.
  11. RedRoss

    Tammy

    I understand the analogy you've just given but I think you've vastly outstated the fee involved. I would be very surprised that Swansea would decide to fork out 10 million for a loan player just to attempt to secure Premiership status. No business model is going to be sustainable if you're not receiving any assets back when you're spending such a huge fee on loans. Just had a quick google at several news reports at the time and they all quote 1 million (which was the signing on fee for the player) and 50k a week to cover wages and the telegraph quotes in actual fact that there is no loan fee just the aforementioned. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2017/06/28/tammy-abraham-sign-50k-a-week-chelsea-contract-joining-swansea/ On a separate note I still don't think we'd get him anyway.
  12. I love how everyone talks endearingly about Ayling as a great RB for us - When in actual fact he was mostly played as CB and rarely played as RB for us, not only that but he also divided opinion on here about his ability overall. I always liked him as a player and person even in despite of his piss scandal and was disappointed to see him go. He's definitely done well for himself at Leeds too. Also onto Little - Great contributor in our promotion season and always showed commitment but again I definitely remember most people wanted him gone and a new RB to come in (me being one of those aswell) so to say we needed him this season is ridiculous. We do need a new RB but definitely not Little.
  13. I really don't know how you've come to that idea?! Surely playing Brownhill at RB shows that we need to fill that position more? I'm just really struggling how you get to your logic.
  14. Go on then - Bring your MM banner and bust your lungs out blasting his name. You'll look like a ******* wally doing it all on your own. I'm always up for a laugh on Bank Hols!
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